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The heat works fine and the thermostat shows...

The heat works fine and the thermostat shows temp. It does not always light up but did a couple of times the other evening. Basically my system has a WIRSBO controller than receives the signal from...
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Wall Thermostat Question

I have an infloor radiant heat system with 2 wall thermostats. The one shown below in the link lights up on its own from time to time. haven't noticed this before until tonight. Is this normal or...
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Excellent, thanks for that.

Excellent, thanks for that.
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I was just looking to replace the facuet arm...

I was just looking to replace the facuet arm itself that slides up with the collar type end. I will take a look at the repair kit you posted. Thankyou.
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Delta Kitchen Facuet

I have a Delta single handle kitchen facuet that I would like to replace due to a small pin hole on the tap that leaks when tap is turned on. The sprayer is a Moen and not attached to the kitchen tap...
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I'll drop it back to 120 for safety sake for...

I'll drop it back to 120 for safety sake for sure. Thanks to you both.
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Hot Water Tank Temp Setting

I had a new natural gas direct power vent hot water tank installed to work with my infloor radiant heating system. On my old one it was hard to tell the temp due to it being a 18 year old tank with a...
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I had a plumber look at it seeing they had...

I had a plumber look at it seeing they had recently installed a new HWT and had turned off the valve during the install, which started to leak after it was turned back on. The original tap was there...
02-01-17, 02:02 PM
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No or very little water coming from Kitchen Faucet

Today I went to turn on the kitchen faucet and no water would come on on the cold or hot side. The sprayer that is separate and not on the faucet itself works. I tried it a couple of times after a...
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Leaking water tap

I have a water tap that is part of my infloor radiant heating system that has a small leak. It seems to be coming out of the handle area where it screws into the actual pipe, this thicker groved area...
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Selected this tank for replacement of my 18 year...

Selected this tank for replacement of my 18 year old John Wood that finally gave up yesterday. Being used to work with my infloor radiant heating system.
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I came across this. ...

I came across this.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vffdymvjluk
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Man i am losing it lately. Forget it. Thanks for...

Man i am losing it lately. Forget it. Thanks for trying.
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Sorry about my confusing post, basically my...

Sorry about my confusing post, basically my question is can my current 65 US gallon direct power vent natural gas hot water tank that is used with my infloor radiant heat system be replaced with a...
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Tankless Water Heater

My home is currently heated with a natural gas 65 gallon hot water tank to infloor radiant heat. Will replacing this tank with a tankless setup work with infloor radiant heat. My understanding is a...
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* Updated* Great Stuff Expanding Foam

I have a couple of aeas to use this product inside my home under a wall cabinet where some cold air is getting in. The gap(s) are approx 2 inch, which Great Stuff foam would be best for this size....
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So what I ended up trying today and it worked was...

So what I ended up trying today and it worked was to turn the dead bolt; put lipstick on the end and sides of it; closed and tried to lock the door as I normally would and after opening it noted...
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It has worked in the past but not that you...

It has worked in the past but not that you mention that I guess most things like doors etc settle and shift over time. Will try removing the plate and see if there is enough room to position it....
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Dead Bolt catches strike plate

I have a dead bolt on my front door and when locking it the bolt catches the ride side of the strike plate, making it hard to open and lock the door with the key. I tried check the hinges for any...
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Finished the drain replacement, went good. Put...

Finished the drain replacement, went good. Put some plumbers putty under the sink flange; teflon tape above the rubber gasket; ending up having to cut a short piece off the tail pipe to get it to...
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Great help, will follow your instructions. ...

Great help, will follow your instructions.

Paul
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Thanks for the post back. Will give it a go in...

Thanks for the post back. Will give it a go in the next couple of days and post back with results. If I loosen the middle collar do you think there will be enough play in plastic pipes under to...
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Sink Drain replacement

I normally don't do any plumbing buy am willing to try this small job. My bathroom sink drain has rust showing around the edges and my understanding is the only way to get rid of it is to remove the...
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Thanks, I'll take a look at that.

Thanks, I'll take a look at that.
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Garage heater for occasional use

I have a single car attached garage non-heated. I would like to buy some type of heating unit that will be used only occasionally when doing odd jobs in their etc. My biggest concern is safety being...
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